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The cultural and creative cities monitor : 2019 edition

Monalto, V., Tacao Moura, C.J., Alberti, V., Panella, F., Saisana, M.T., Joint Research Centre
Second edition of the monitor shows how well 190 cities in 30 European countries perform on a range of measures describing the ‘cultural vibrancy’, the ‘creative economy’ and the ‘enabling environment’ of a city. Report with annexes and country face sheet of The Netherlands.
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2019

Cultural value beyond measure? The emergence of impact and impact evaluation in the Dutch cultural sector

Brouwer, L.
In recent years artists, arts organisations and funders in the Netherlands are tentatively turning to impact, and impact evaluation, to describe the outcome of artistic activities and the value of culture. This research takes the Dutch cultural sector’s use of impact (evaluation) as an object of study, exploring the impact mindshift within the sector. The impact discourse researched relates to the effect(s) the arts instill in their audience and/or society. The study aims to create clarity around the concept, making it a workable term that cultural professionals can use in a way tailored to their practice. It responds to two research questions: How is the language of impact being used in the Dutch cultural sector? What are potential reasons that the impact evaluation trend is emerging?
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2019

Culture and creative sectors in the European Union : key future developments, challenges and opportunities

KEA European Affairs, PPMI
Culture and creative sectors (CCS) are confronted with an everchanging environment which challenges practices, business models and market balances. This study highlights the key trends that are likely to impact the future development of the CCS in their operational context in the European Union by 2030.
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2019

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Resilience and the city : art, education, urbanism

Braidt, A.B., Garcia Lopez, A., Turner, R.
Report contains the selected presentations from the sessions during the 15th ELIA Biennial Conference exploring four themes: shifting centres, shifting margins; art and social cohesion; art and economy; and art and innovation. Each theme provided a framework to examine how the arts can potentially play a vital role in building resilience, especially in urban contexts. What is the role of art schools in a resilient city? How to connect art students with the neighbourhood? How to communicate to decision-makers about equal access to the arts and arts education? Why is it important to educate resilient dancers?
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2019

Music listening 2019

AudienceNet
Report exploring music listeners' habits in 2019 looking at streaming, devices, top genres and more.
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2019

Natural and cultural heritage in Europe : working together within the Natura 2000 network

Sundseth, K.
Report explores the spatial overlaps between natural and cultural heritage in Europe, their perceived values to society and the threats and challenges they both face.
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2019